Don’t you know how to ride a bike? Don’t you have anyone who can teach you? There is nothing to worry about, we are here to teach you all about bike riding, to make you one of the best bike riders, and you will able to teach bike riding more of your other fellows easily after reading all of this article.
It’s good to practice, both in night and at day so you are able to ride easily at any time without any difficulty.
How To Ride A Bike
Just follow the given steps and you will be able to start you carrier as a bike rider. We have assumed you are at zero level and a absolute beginner.
Step 01: Assemble your bike
Buy a new one: If you don’t have a bike, first you should buy a bike which is suitable for you.
Attaching two small tires: If you are riding if for very first time. Attach two small tires with back tire to do better practice and to get used to of bike riding.
Condition: If you already have a bike, make sure the condition of your bike is good to ride. Check your seat and adjust it according to your height. Make sure that your breaks and tires are in good condition.
Step 02: Finding a good location
Flat area & Less traffic: Try to find a flat surface, where there are no stones like park or at some village area. Never do practice on road at starting.
Low crowd: Try to practice at some area where people are not much, find that park and time when people don’t go at that place.
Step 03: Safety
Safety gadgets: Never try to ride a bike without safety gadgets, there are many gadgets like:
- Elbow pads, which prevent your elbow from getting hurt.
- Wear joggers instead of regular open slippers.
- Ankle pads, for the safety of your ankle.
- Strong riding gloves for hand’s safety.
- Helmet, most important safety gadget.
Step 04: Start practicing & paddling
After doing all safety measures, location finding, and assembling now it’s time to start practicing and paddling.
Focus Place your vision at front side while riding a bike and never lose your focus.
Paddling with two small tires: when you start paddling, you will have a problem about balance, that’s why we use small tires for getting balance.
Checking breaks: when you know, how to paddle try to apply breaks as much as you can, so you will get used to it.
Remove small tires & paddling with one foot: Now remove the small tires, try to paddle, and try to maintain balance with one foot.
Practice as much as you can without small tires and try to get used to paddling.
Moving bike in different directions: Next step is to practice, how to turn your bike in different directions and at the same time also try to apply breaks as much as you can, so you get familiar to breaks.
Paddling without any support or help: After getting used to breaks, someone’s support and help, try to paddle and balance the bike, ride it without any help.
Step 05: Practice on rough surface
On inclined plane: Now you are done with practice on flat surface, it’s time to practice at different type of surfaces. Try to paddle fast and with power so you can get an idea about riding a bike on some inclined surface.
On surfaces which are not flat: Some of the roads are not plane like the roads in villages, so you should know how to ride a bike on surfaces like that and this is only possible with practice.
Step 06: Practice on street
Now you did all your practice at open area and you get used to breaks and paddling.
Go out and ride a bike on streets. It is important to ride a bike on streets before you can ride a bike on roads. Streets have low traffic than road, so you can get an idea about riding a bike in traffic.
Riding on a street makes you better rider and makes you easier to ride a bike on road.
Step 07: Riding a bike on road
After all the practice you have done, you can ride a bike on different kind of roads and you can ride a bike in traffic as well.
Riding a bike on a road is easy but you must know some traffic rules to follow for safety.
- Follow road signs.
- Must have driving license.
- Must follow speed limits.
- You should stop at the signal when it is red.
- Never ride a bike when you are drunk.
- Maintain some distance from other bikes and vehicles.
- Always wear helmet while riding a bike.
- Try to use less horn near schools, and hospitals.
- Always stay focus, try not to distract.
- Ride your bike slow when whether is not good.
- Maintain your bike and check your bike every week by mechanic.